Composer Robert Carli won at the 2014 Canadian Screen Awards Industry Gala for ‘Best Original Music Score for a Series’ for his work on CBC’s Cracked.
Based in Toronto, Robert Carli is one of Canada’s most recognized composers, having created works for both film and television since 1998. After graduating from the University of Toronto, he joined the Toronto Symphony as a saxophonist, a career path he continued with The National Ballet of Canada and The Esprit Orchestra. He has performed and toured the world, and worked with numerous artists. His efforts have given him 11 Gemini nominations, 5 Gemini wins, and awarded the SOCAN Award for domestic television thrice. The 2014 Canadian Screen Award is the latest accolade to his name.
He has been involved with numerous projects apart from Cracked, including hit television show Murdoch Mysteries, Bomb Girls, Unnatural History and Bloodletting & Miraculous Cures. He even composed music for George A. Romero’s Survival of the Dead.
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